LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — Journal and Courier owner Gannett has announced it will be splitting into two companies.
According to the Associated Press, Gannett announced Tuesday morning that it is separating its publishing business from its broadcasting and digital operations.
The publishing business will keep the Gannett name, and the broadcast and digital operations will have a new name that has not been determined.
Gannett owns more than 80 daily newspapers, including The Indianapolis Star and The Journal and Courier, and their broadcasting business operates 46 television stations.
Their digital business includes websites such as CareerBuilder and will soon include Cars.com.